Apple appears to have made the most of the work from home demand for laptops, with new figures claiming it clocked a year-on-year quarterly growth of 94% for its MacOS-powered devices such as the MacBook Pro.
With an unprecedented increase in remote-first work environments around the world, laptop shipments recorded a year-on-year growth of 81% in Q1 2021, according to Strategy Analytics.
“The emerging hybrid work pattern as well as the continuing need for learn-from-home devices added to consumer upgrade sales, making Q1 2021 the strongest first quarter after many years.
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